It's Garden Blogger's Bloom Day the 15th of every month when garden blogger's join our host Carol of My Dream Gardens.. http://www.maydreamsgardens.com to share what's blooming in our gardens.
My other garden blooms are done for the season, I have a few fall blooms to show..just a few...and those few are some of my favorite sedums.
I took this photo of Sedum/Stonecrop, Matrona around 8am this morning... there were about 4 sleeping Bumble bees on them.. I like Matrona for it's upright form and antiquish pink color.
I found a small piece of it on the ground in front of my bank about three or four years ago and stuck it in some water until it grew a few roots.. than placed it in a pot.
The stems and leaves of my Matrona are spongy, yellow and sickly, this was the only part of it I took that still looks a little descent.
below..another upright Stonecrop...Stardust a pass along plant from my aunt.
" Vera Jameson" another pass along, this one from my mother.. I think is the prettiest Stonecrop that I'm aware of thus far...I love it's deep mauve or pink color.. It has a trailing spreading habit and was really beautiful until ants got a hold of it and almost destroyed it last summer..
Happy Garden Bloom day and thank you for stopping by..